Sarah is an academic advisor for the MBS program. She has a broad background in research and post-secondary education in the biological sciences. Her varied interests in biology led her to graduate from Colorado State University with a BS in Biological Sciences, a BS in Zoology, and a BS in Psychology. She began independent research on insect pollinators as an undergraduate, which she continued at the University of Minnesota in the Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior graduate program. Sarah completed her PhD in 2017, with a Preparing Future Faculty certification and a dissertation focusing on butterfly behavior and physiology. She spent the next several years gaining additional experience in teaching and research at George Washington University in Washington DC, where she was a postdoctoral scientist and professorial lecturer.
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